Tesla Model X is the quickest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history. It blends performance and utility with unique features including the falcon wing doors, canopy glass and seven-seat configuration. The salon is chic and rich in technology.
Three rows of seats, a front and rear trunk, room under the second row seats, side pockets and a blind holster create plenty of room for transportation and storage. For even heavier cargo, Model X is the first electric vehicle with a 5,000 lb. towing capacity.
The Model X also handles quite nicely for such a heavy SUV, thanks in part to the fact that its batteries are mounted in the floor, creating a low center of gravity.
• Stylish design
• Powerful engine and large range
• Best-in-class performance and handling
• Safety systems at the highest level
• More technological than competitors
• The possibility of OTA updates
• Large touch control panel
• Custom audio system featuring 17 speakers
• Automatic keyless entry
• Largest interior storage capacity of its class: 88 cubic feet in the six seat interior configuration
• Access to the Supercharger network
• Comparatively affordable cost against competitors
Bright and light, made of high quality materials - this is a classic Tesla. The unique Model X windshield/glass roof runs smoothly from the base of the hood above the passengers in the front seats for an almost uninterrupted view.
Model X has a standard five-seat landing; six and seven-seat configurations are optional. All seats are heated, and 12-way power-adjustable front seats and a heated steering wheel are also standard.
Standard features in the Tesla Model X include an air filtration system and an infotainment system with a 17-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, a 17-speaker stereo, satellite radio, navigation, two USB ports, voice command activation, and a Wi-Fi hot spot.
Compared to the rest of the luxury midsize SUV class, the Model X has an excellent amount of room for cargo. The vehicle has two separate cargo compartments, totaling up to 88 cubic feet. This is one of the highest values in the class. The rear cargo area is high and deep, and there is additional storage space under the floor.
Tesla revamped the 2019 Model X lineup, abandoning the familiar 75D, 100D and P100D models in favor of a simplified structure. Model X is equipped with a battery large enough to cover the claimed mileage.
Tesla Model X hits 0-60 mph in a staggering 2.9 seconds getting to a top speed of 155 mph, all while producing zero emissions. With an active spoiler that automatically adjusts for maximum efficiency, Model X has the lowest drag coefficient of any SUV.
The car is easy to drive, but its main feature is really strong acceleration created by its electric motors. For an additional fee, Tesla will open the Ludicrous Mode, which will reduce the acceleration time.
Tesla vehicles are engineered to be the safest cars in the world and have a unique combination of passive and active safety features to protect both Tesla drivers and passengers. Model X achieved a perfect 5-star safety rating in every category and subcategory in U.S. government testing. Model X achieved the second and third lowest probabilities of injuries when tested by the U.S. government, and was the first SUV to ever achieve a perfect 5-star rating across the board.
A primary safety benefit of Model X, compared with gas-powered vehicles, comes from their all-electric vehicle architecture and powertrain design. The battery pack is mounted beneath the floor of the passenger cabin, creating an exceptionally low center of gravity that dramatically reduces rollover risk. The pack is fortified to prevent intrusion into the cabin and, coupled with the car's rigid passenger compartment, helps distribute crash forces away from occupants in the event of a crash. Model X also has a superior front crumple zone that is optimized to absorb energy and crush more efficiently than most cars that have a gas engine in the front.
Additionally, Tesla drivers and passengers also benefit from the many active safety features that come standard on Tesla vehicles to help reduce the likelihood of an accident.